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Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share his/her emotional needs and fantasies with a stranger without being judged or ignored. That’s our commitment. – Our Vision Statement
Welcome to StrangersForSex! The SFS LLC (“we” or “us”), is a adult organization whose mission is to collect and advertise prostitutes around the world in order to get them more customers than any physical brothel could, make it easier for anyone to join the trade without any hazel like having to live in a brothel and to Safeguard these prostitutes as well as every user of the SFS site effectively and globally using a KYC Policy, which is meant to comply with the law, that you and others maybe protected.
To support our vibrant community, we provide the essential infrastructure and organizational framework for the development of a global online brothel Projects (as explained here) and other endeavors which serve this mission. We strive to make and keep explicit and adult services content from the Projects available on the internet free of charge, in perpetuity.
The community – the network of SFS employees who are constantly building and using the various SFS sites or Projects – are the principal means through which the goals of the mission are achieved. The community contributes to and helps govern our sites. The community undertakes the critical function of creating and enforcing policies as well as advertising for the specific SFS Project.
You are welcome to join as a member, user, or contributor, but you should follow the policies that govern each of the SFS project. The largest of our Projects is StrangersForSex, but we host other Projects too, each with different objectives and work methods. Because we are dedicated to globalizing prostitution and making prostitutes easily accessible to the public, we generally require that all content you contribute is available under a free license or in the public domain.
The SFS LLC is dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and global distribution of prostitutes, and to hosting the full profile of these prostitutes within the SFS Projects for the public for a token of membership. Our role is to host some of the largest prostitution content as well as their profile in the continent, which can be found here. However, we don’t just act only as a hosting service, maintaining the infrastructure and organizational framework that allows our users to grow the SFS Projects by participating and contributing themselves. Because of our unique role, there are a couple of things you should be aware of when considering our relationship to you, the Projects, and the other users:
The Projects hosted by the SFS only exist because of the vibrant community of users like you. We happily welcome your participation in this lifestyle community. We encourage you to be civil and polite in your interactions with others in the community, to act in good faith, and to make participation and contributions aimed at furthering the mission of the SFS Project.
Certain activities, whether legal or illegal, may be harmful to other users and violate our rules, and some activities may also subject you to liability. Therefore, for your own protection and for that of other users, you may not engage in such activities on our sites. These activities include:
Harassing and Abusing Others
Violating the Privacy of Others
Engaging in False Statements, Impersonation, or Fraud
Misusing Our Services for Other Illegal Purposes
Engaging in Disruptive and Illegal Misuse of Facilities
Paid Contributions without disclosure
Applicable law, or community and Organization policies and guidelines, such as those addressing conflicts of interest, may further limit paid contributions or require more detailed disclosure.
SFS employee project community may adopt an alternative paid contribution disclosure policy. If a Project adopts an alternative disclosure policy, you may comply with that policy instead of the requirements in this section when contributing to that Project. An alternative paid contribution policy will only supersede these requirements if it is approved by the relevant employees community and listed in the alternative disclosure policy page. For more information, please read our FAQ on disclosure of paid contributions.
We reserve the right to exercise our enforcement discretion with respect to the above terms.
You are responsible for safeguarding your own password and should never disclose it to any third party.
To grow the commons of free knowledge and free culture, all users contributing blog posts and stories to the Project are required to grant broad permissions to the general public to re-distribute and re-use their contributions freely, so long as that use is properly attributed and the same freedom to re-use and re-distribute is granted to any derivative works. To this light, we require that when necessary all submitted blog or stories content be licensed so that it is freely reusable by anyone who cares to access it.
You agree to the following licensing requirements:
a. Text to which you hold the copyright: When you submit text to which you hold the copyright, you agree to license it under:
(Re-users may comply with either license or both.)
Please note that these licenses do allow commercial uses of your contributions, as long as such uses are compliant with the terms.
b. Attribution: Attribution is an important part of these licenses. We consider it giving credit where credit is due – to authors like yourself. When you contribute text, you agree to be attributed in any of the following fashions:
Through hyperlink (where possible) or URL to the article to which you contributed (since each article has a history page that lists all authors and editors);
Through hyperlink (where possible) or URL to an alternative, stable online copy that is freely accessible, which conforms with the license, and which provides credit to the authors in a manner equivalent to the credit given on the Project website; or
Through a list of all authors (but please note that any list of authors may be filtered to exclude very small or irrelevant contributions).
d. Non-text media: Non-text media on the Projects are available under a variety of different licenses that support the general goal of allowing unrestricted re-use and re-distribution. When you contribute non-text media, you agree to comply with the requirements for such licenses as described in our Licensing policy, and also comply with the requirements of the specific Project edition or feature to which you are contributing. Also see the Access licensing policy for more information on contributing non-text media to the SFS Project.
f. Public domain content: Content that is in the public domain is welcome! It is important however that you confirm the public domain status of the content under the law of the African Union as well as the laws of any other countries as required by the specific Project edition. When you contribute content that is in the public domain, you warrant that the material is actually in the public domain, and you agree to label it appropriately.
g. Re-use: Re-use of content that we host is welcome, though exceptions exist for content contributed under “fair use” or similar exemptions under copyright law. Any re-use must comply with the underlying license(s). When you re-use or re-distribute a text page developed by the SFS contributors, you agree to attribute the authors in any of the following fashions:
If the text content was imported from another source, it is possible that the content is licensed under a compatible CC BY-SA license but not GFDL (as described in “Importing text,” above). In that case, you agree to comply with the compatible CC BY-SA license and do not have the option to re-license it under GFDL. To determine the license that applies to the content that you seek to re-use or re-distribute, you should review the page footer, edit history, and comment.
In addition, please be aware that text that originated from external sources and was imported into our Project may be under a license that attaches additional attribution requirements. Users agree to indicate these additional attribution requirements clearly. Depending on the Project, such requirements may appear for example in a banner or other notations pointing out that some or all of the content was originally published elsewhere. Where there are such visible notations, re-users should preserve them.
For any non-text media, you agree to comply with whatever license under which the work has been made available (which can be discovered by clicking on the work and looking at the licensing section on its description page or reviewing an applicable source page for that work). When re-using any content that we host, you agree to comply with the relevant attribution requirements as they pertain to the underlying license or licenses.
h. Modifications or additions to material that you re-use: When modifying or making additions to text that you have obtained from a Project website, you agree to license the modified or added content under CC BY-SA 4.0 or later (or, as explained above, another license when exceptionally required by the specific Project edition or feature). When modifying or making additions to any non-text media that you have obtained from a SFS Project website, you agree to license the modified or added content in accordance with whatever license under which the work has been made available.
With both text content and non-text media, you agree to clearly indicate that the original work has been modified. If you are re-using text content in a wiki, it is sufficient to indicate in the page history that you made a change to the imported text. For each copy or modified version that you distribute, you agree to include a licensing notice stating which license the work is released under, along with either a hyperlink or URL to the text of the license or a copy of the license itself.
The SFS LLC wants to ensure that the content that we host in our blog or stories can be re-used by other users without fear of liability and that it is not infringing the proprietary rights of others. In fairness to our users, as well as to other creators and copyright holders, our policy is to respond to notices of alleged infringement that comply with the formalities of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Pursuant to the DMCA, we will terminate, in appropriate circumstances, users and account holders of our system and network who are repeat infringers.
However, we also recognize that not every takedown notice is valid or in good faith. In such cases, we strongly encourage users to file counter-notifications when they appropriately believe a DMCA takedown demand is invalid or improper. For more information on what to do if you think a DMCA notice has been improperly filed, you may wish to consult the Chilling Effects website.
If you are the owner of content that is being improperly used on one of the SFS Projects without your permission, you may request that the content be removed under the DMCA. To make such a request, please email us at legal. or snail mail our designated agent at DMCA takedowns.
Alternatively, you may make a request to our employees community, which often handles copyright issues faster and more effectively than prescribed under the DMCA. In that case, you can post a notice explaining your copyright concerns. For a non-exhaustive and non-authoritative list of the relevant processes for the different Project editions, look here Before filing a DMCA claim, you also have the option of sending an email to the employee community at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are solely responsible for your use of any third-party websites or resources. Although the Projects contain links to third-party websites and resources, we do not endorse and are not responsible or liable for their availability, accuracy, or the related content, products, or services (including, without limitation, any viruses or other disabling features), nor do we have any obligation to monitor such third-party content.
The employees community has the primary role in creating and enforcing policies applying to the different SFS Project. At the SFS LLC, we often intervene in community decisions about policy and its enforcement. The need may arise, or the community may ask us, to address an especially problematic user because of significant Project disturbance or dangerous behavior. In such cases, we reserve the right and the obligation to:
The employees community and its members may also take action when so allowed by the SFS LLC policies applicable to the specific Project, including but not limited to warning, investigating, blocking, or banning users who violate those policies.
You agree to comply with the final decisions of dispute resolution bodies that are established by the employees community for the specific Project editions (such as arbitration committees); these decisions may include sanctions as set out by the policy of the specific Project edition.
The SFS Board of Trustees releases official policies from time to time. Some of these policies may be mandatory for a particular Project or Project edition, and, when they are, you agree to abide by them as applicable.
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At the SFS (StrangersForSex) LLC, we do our best to provide prostitutes, adult services and explicit informational content to a very wide audience, but your use of our services is at your sole risk. We provide these services on an “as is” and “as available” basis, and we expressly disclaim all express or implied warranties of all kinds, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. We make no warranty that our services will meet your requirements, be safe, secure, uninterrupted, timely, satisfying, accurate, or error-free, or that your information will be secure.
Any material downloaded or otherwise obtained through your use of our services is done at your own discretion and risk, and you will be solely responsible for any damage to your computer system or loss of data that results from the download of any such material. You agree that we have no responsibility or liability for the deletion of, or the failure to store or to transmit, any content or communication maintained by the service. We retain the right to create limits on use and storage at our sole discretion at any time with or without notice.
Some states or jurisdictions do not allow the types of disclaimers in this section, so they may not apply to you either in part or in full depending on the law.
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The SFS (StrangersForSex) LLC will not be liable to you or to any other party for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or exemplary damages, including but not limited to, damages for loss of profits, goodwill, use, data, or other intangible losses, regardless of whether we were advised of the possibility of such damage. In no event shall our liability exceed one thousand U.S. dollars (USD 1000.00) in aggregate. In the case that applicable law may not allow the limitation or exclusion of liability or incidental or consequential damages, the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you, although our liability will be limited to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law.
You understand that, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by us, you have no expectation of compensation for any activity, contribution, or idea that you provide to us, the employees community, or the SFS (StrangersForSex) Projects or Project editions.
In the event of any differences in meaning between the original English version and a translation, the original English version takes precedence.